Designing for Impact in Integrated Service Delivery Panel Discussion (2018 Healthcare IT Connect Summit)



Dr. Vest participated in the 2018 State Healthcare IT Connect Summit Enterprise System Planning, Health and Human Service Integration track with a dynamic discussion on how leaders public sector leaders and researchers are Designing for Impact by working across sectors and systems with a line of sight on advancing population health and well-being. In this session the panelists looked at the national landscape by first “zooming out” and understanding how the broad frameworks of social determinants of health and well-being, multiple generational approaches, and an increased focus on data use and optimization through tools like predictive analytics are impacting integration efforts and outcomes. Speakers from Fairfax County, VA, the state of Mississippi, and the Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health then “zoom in” and explore how these frames and tools are shaping their efforts on the ground through intentional design and leveraging data beyond traditional programs and service lines. In an interactive discussion format, panelists highlighted success stories, shared lessons learned, and helped inspire all of us to what is possible.


Project: Improving Population and Clinical Health with Integrated Services and Decision Support
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Authors: Vest JR, Wareing Evans T, Werder J, Allen M